Congolese authorities and health workers vaccinated more than 200,000 people against Ebola in August, the government said on Sunday, using a Merck vaccine they hope will help rein in the world’s second worst epidemic.
Congo has given over 200,000 people Merck Ebola vaccine
Figures released by the government’s Ebola committee showed that 204,044 people had been inoculated since August 8. (File photo: AP)
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